Castilla La Mancha: The vast, high and dry plains of Castilla la Mancha comprise over 50% of Spain’s vineyards. The ancient soils and high altitude ensures the richly flavoured fruit maintains structure and tannin. Vineyards planted on the slopes of mountain ranges in the north and northeast add a degree of elegance to the wines.
A gorgeous modern rendition, the wine shows Black Doris plum, sweet cherry, clove and toasted almond notes on the nose, leading to a silky-smooth palate that’s juicy and rounded. Soothing and comforting with plenty of tasty flavours. Screwcap. Drink to: 2025; Price: $25.00; Alcohol: 13.5%; Rating: 93 Points; Wine Orbit
A lovely and lively bouquet with a mix of baking spice and older barrel, some toasty qualities and fruit scents of plums and baked clay, some dusty vanilla and powdered clove. equally lovely on the palate with a satin texture and fine tannins, medium+ acidity carries all the flavours of red fruits and spices suggested in the bouquet. Balanced and well made with texture and fruit appeal. Drink to: 2026; Rating: 90 Points; Cameron Douglas MS
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